About: Camden Flux
2017 sees the 50th anniversary of the Sexual Offences Act (1967) which introduced the partial decriminalisation of same sex relationships in England and Wales via an act of Parliament.

Throughout the year Camden will host a wide range of events, screenings, exhibitions, talks and online articles to explore, celebrate and reflect upon the history of LGBTQ+ culture, activism, societal shifts and legal and cultural breakthroughs, and to look towards the future in this ever changing social and cultural landscape.

Keep an eye on this page and look out for #CamdenFlux for more information.
Milica Kolaric
Queer Encounters by Elly Clarke
For Camden Flux, Love Camden asked artists, critics and writers to submit their view on queer life in Camden
Camden Flux
Glad to be Gay: Camden's LGBTQ+ Heritage Guided Walks
Explore Camden's rich heritage of sexual diversity in Fitzrovia, Bloomsbury and King's Cross with this specially curated walk by Camden Tour Guides in partnership with Camden Flux.
CPT
The hidden LGBT histories of King's Cross
Kings Cross (Remix) at Camden People's Theatre uncovers the hidden histories of LGBT communities in London during the 1980s. Tom Marshman uncovers these histories through memories of the King's Cross area; an area that has undergone radical change since its day as a hub of LGBT communities, bars and culture.
Badges LGBTQ+
Desire, love, identity: exploring LGBTQ histories at the British Museum
This display offers glimpses into LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer) histories, experiences and lives by examining objects from around the world, covering ancient civilisations right up to today.
LGBT flashmob
LGBT flashmob “invaded” Camden Town Hall for a History Month feast
A 65-strong flashmob staged a friendly invasion of Camden Town Hall to celebrate last February’s LGBT History Month – in a video featuring the mayors of Islington and Camden.
Jo Brocklehurst
Jo Brocklehurst exhibition at House of Illustration
Jo Brocklehurst drew live in the punk squats, theatres and fetish clubs of London, Berlin and New York. From the 1960s until 2006, her work captured the cutting-edge of alternative culture. Catch this fascinating exhibition at the House of Illustration until 14 May.
Craxton
Hidden Treasures from the Camden Art Collection: John Craxton
Each month, Love Camden highlights an object from the Camden Art Collection that ties in with the cultural landscape across the borough of Camden. This month, we focus on John Craxton's Head of a Greek Sailor which is currently on display in the landmark exhibition 'Queer British Art 1961-1967' at Tate Britain.